The qualification period for the new Wellness CDHP upgrade has ended. For those of you that have successfully completed the three steps, congratulations on taking an active role in investing in your health!
In October, SPD is sending information out to let plan holders know if they did or did not complete the steps to qualify for the new Wellness CDHP upgrade. In the meantime, you can follow the steps below to ensure that you have completed each requirement.Learn more on the UPGRADE page
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Make your new year’s resolution “stick” posted by Jenna McClean, RD on December 17, 2014
The holidays are almost over, and the new year is quickly approaching. Have you thought about a new year’s resolution? Many resolutions revolve around weight loss and healthy lifestyle goals. But come February, many of us may give up. Our inability to stick to new year’s resolutions is commonly due to being overly ambitious. We … Read More »
Managing stress during the holidays posted by Michael Kane, MD
Just when you think life is stressful enough–working long hours, fighting traffic, caring for children or aging parents and paying bills–the holidays arrive, adding more stress to our daily lives. A 2006 survey (Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research) supported by the American Psychological Association revealed: Holiday stress has particular impact on women, who take charge of … Read More »
Merry makeover: Enjoy the holidays without the extra pounds posted by Jenna McClean, RD on December 10, 2014
‘Tis the season to enjoy your favorite holiday foods, including some desserts. If it seems like your clothes usually fit tighter during the holiday season, you are probably right. According to the National Institutes of Health, between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day the average person gains about one pound. Even though one pound may not … Read More »
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